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608 Death Valley Junction Highway 127, Death Valley Junction, CA 92328 – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant With Dining Menu
WiFi is available in public areas and charges apply.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Tour Desk, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
Amargosa Opera House & Hotel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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everything, the hotel is really appealing...we strongly suggest it!!!
The staff were very welcoming and could not have done more. The hotel has a very unique feel. I liked the seats outside the room. It is exceptionally close to the national park
The cafe was closed and so we had to drive for food.
Very nice location near Death Valley National Park. A little jump in the past.
The motel is very old, for this reason some situation could be not appreciated. In the days when we stayed there the bar/restaurant was closed and was not so easy to find where have dinner. No wi-fi due to the hard wind of that days.
paintings on the walls tee shirts from the 50's (probably)
shower plugged by other users far before us A/C very noisy Very old fashioned style, almost falling apart no breakfast, no diner A little smelly
No other way to put it!
Location is perfect Personnel was very friendly
Internet was not that fast
Like old places, place could be very interesting.
They need to spend money on up grading painting, carpet, and tile in rooms, all were in bad shape
Bathroom is very old, water was not pooring out from shower. Hotel needs to be reniewed!
Great history and character. Take the tour of the opera house.
Low on amenities...but you could also say that's part of the charm of the place.
if you immerse yourself in the atmosphere and nostalgia you probably won't be disappointed but if you compare it solely to other motels it's rundown and dilapidated with poor facilities
although there is a restaurant in the motel it wasn't open (if it ever is) - there is a cafe next door which keeps odd hours and closes early and is expensive. Seven miles up the road is a casino hotel with an excellent good value restaurant also with cheaper and better accomodation
very old rooms, providing the only minimum. Not very clean... expensive for what is provided
It submits agreat atmosphere which fits Death Valley. There's free wifi in the middle of nowhere and they have enough water for showers, toilets and sinks. (In the middle of the desert).
The sheets were dirty.
Convenient location and cafe next door was good for breakfast.
Potential for delightful rustic charm, but sadly it was all rather decrepit...plaster flaking, tiles cracked, carpet dirty
Good location if you spent the day in the Death Valley Nationalpark and don't want a long drive to any accomodation from there. Has a Café and a restaurant is a short drive away. Other than that it's in the middle of nowhere.
Everything was very old, cheap, and dirty. Way too expensive for this standard but there are not many alternatives for hotels around.
Unique in decor. Situated in Death Valley, the Amargosa Opera house, Marta Becket, and it's origens tell a very interesting tale. Will forever remember our stay there because of the mystique surrounding it's history and the overall look and feel of the place.
Desperately needs an update; painting, plumbing,carpeting.
The story behind it, the atmosphere
Too expensive compared to technical standard and offer, no breakfast option
Totally run down. Water not working till 9 pm. Had to drive 7 miles to bathroom
It's a special place.
This place has character oozing out if it's pores.
Character is not the only thing oozing. Seriously, it's clean enough -- but if you expect immaculate and new, this isn't for you. If you can get over it, you'll have an experience to remember.
The location is good because it is close to Death Valley. There are not many inexpensive choices within a reasonable distance.
The hotel is in need of repair, cleaning and updating.
Location was good for travelling through Death Valley. This is an historic building and it was very atmospheric with alot of information about the Opera House and the owner which was very interesting. It was very quiet and peaceful.
The accommodation was very basic and cleanliness wasn't the best but alot of that is to do with its age.
an amazing history to this place; a gem because it's so unusual/ good restaurant/ amazing opera house ; the surprise entertainment. It's definitely an anachronism in the middle of nowhere. We loved it, but it's not for everyone,
needs a lot of upkeep. smell in hall; initially no towels in rooms/ old yecky rug/ no plug near bed for light to read/ VERY SLIPPERY TUB without mats
Health hazard, the place should be condemned. I itched all the next day from the bedding and dust in the bedroom. Nothing to do. Food limited and dreadful This place should not be marketed for occupation
This place is authentic. Great story, interesting staff, loaded with history and artifacts.
Our air conditioner was pretty noisy and I wish I brought my earplugs like I otherwise always have. The rooms have a definite patina that may not be appealing to all, but if you expect it you should get along fine.
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